In this work, I elevate an upturned seat on top of a ladder to aggrandize the presentation. There is a junction between the jar of honey and the metal seat where honey drips through both of them. This temporal loss of honey occurs in a messy transference from the jar above to the floor below. This work was influenced by Buddhist parables, ancient Buddhist monastic medicine, and thinking about wealth disparity in relation to religious and socioeconomic themes.
Published by Christine Gaffney Art
Christine Gaffney is a transdisciplinary performance artist from Dayton, Ohio. She is currently attending the California Institute of the Arts where she is pursuing a master’s in Art and Technology. She has studied art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio, Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests include concepts of identity, gender and religion. Her work embraces ideas around body image, body politics, and feminism. View more posts